A big blogging week

La Mediterranee

This has nothing to do with anything I’ve said. I just like it. La Mediterranee (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It’s been a big week of blogging for me. I have my regular gig with Lesbian.com, which this week published my piece on my changing shoes and changing attitudes. And The Huffington Post has taken another one of my blogs on homophobia and featured it in their Gay Voices page. For Early Draft Readers who may not be Facebook or Twitter friends, I will provide you with links to these blog posts, in case you are interested.

Everything Changes, Even My Shoes in Lesbian.com.

Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin: A Very Personal Homphobia in The Huffington Post.

Thanks for reading!

About Cindy Zelman

Creative and Freelance Writer
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2 Responses to A big blogging week

  1. With havin so much content and articles do you ever
    run into any issues of plagorism or copyright violation?

    My blog has a lot of exclusive content I’ve either created
    myself or outsourced but it appears a lot of it is popping
    it up all over the internet without my agreement. Do you know any
    techniques to help protect against content from being ripped
    off? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

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    • Cindy Zelman says:

      You know, I’m having the same problems you are. One of my Huffington post blogs was RSS fed to websites all over the country. EA short story I had published years ago is now offered online for a fee. I don’t know who picked that up and decided to charge a fee. I don’t get royalties. They use my name so it’s not plagiarism but it is stealing of some kind. Another website stole a post and changed some of the words to presumably make it their own. Not only was that plagiarism but it made no sense. It was an embarrassment. I have not had time to
      Investigate what protections my work might have legally. I should. We both should. Thank you for writing. If you want to talk more about this, let me know.

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